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How to connect T570 to 2560x1440 DVI-D monitor?

Q: How to connect T570 to 2560x1440 DVI-D monitor?

Hello, I just got a new T570 for work. I'm allowed to purchase whatever dock I want to go with it and get expensed. I want to make sure I buy the right one. I have a monitor that supports 2560x1440 resolution however it only works over DVI-D connection. There are so many docks to choose from I want to make sure I get the right one. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

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GeForce GTX 560 Ti
Intel Core i5-2400S CPU @ 2.5 ghz
8.00 GB RAM
Windows 8.1 Pro

I am looking to buy a 2560x1440 monitor, I am wondering what kind of impact it will have in performance?

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Hello,I've been racking my brain and losing years off my life trying to figure this out! I bought a BenQ 24" monitor (BL2420PT) that can support 2560x1440 resolution for my Pavilion 17 laptop.  Unfortunately, I can't get the monitor above 1980 x 1080.  Apparently, the GPU (Radon HD 8610G) should support higher resolution, but I can't figure it out.   I am using an HDMI cable (the only monitor input available), which could be the issue?  Maybe it doesn't support higher resolution (e.g.: HDMI 1.3)? I've unplugged the monitor cable, reinstalled drivers, etc.  There is no option above 1980 x 1080.  If this is the case, I'll buy a new computer because I need the resolution for work.  But a simple yes or no would save lots of time a frustration! Thank you very much, - Joey

A:Pavilion 17 support external monitor at 2560x1440?

Hi, What is your HP Pavilion 17 ? Normally you can ONLY give you 1920 x 1080 using HDMI ports on Pavilion 15 and 17 machines. Please use the following instructions to find out the model/product of your machine:  http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00033108Regards.

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So, here is the deal. I am in search of a 27-inch monitor with a 2560x1440 resolution so I can use it with my early 2013 15-inch retina MacBook Pro and also with other laptops (such as my girlfriend?s Asus VivoBook and any other laptop that I decide to buy). I have alrady discarded a 3840x2160 model as I learned that my retina MacBook Pro will not support such a high resolution on an external screen. I do not use it for heavy photo or video editing or anything. It is basically web browsing and productivity (office applications).

First, an explanation. The fact is that I live in Brazil and offers of 1440p monitors here are very limited. I cannot just order a monitor from the US or from other country (such as Korea) because the huge taxes charged by the government will make it just not worth it. I have made the calculations. Even a very cheap US$ 300 monitor will end up costing about US$ 900 when it arrives in my home due to the magic of Brazilian taxes. And a US$ 500 monitor may end up costing almost US$ 1,500. And that is only after the Brazilian customs office decides to release the product, which may take a few months. Perhaps you have heard of some guy who sends products to Brazil at no additional cost, and that really exists. It is calling smuggling and people may get caught doing that, and I am not ordering a monitor through a smuggler to save a few bucks. No workarounds here. So, the option of not buying in Brazil is pretty much non-existant, so that is why I am st... Read more

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I have two laptops, an E5570 from work and a E5580 as private. I would like to connect dual 2560x1440 screens (Dell U2717D) to especially the E5570. How can this be done?
I would assume that I can connect this through the e-port2 advanced port replicator, but can't find any documentation to confirm this and see a forum post indicating the e5570 might limit it to 1920x1200 for some odd reason.
For info, it has the AMD R7 video chip.

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Hi,Is there any possibility of connecting the monitor without docking station? The Dell S2718D delivers a resolution of only 2048x1080. It is connected via miniDP (notebook) and HDMI (monitor). Eventually, which docking station?Thank'sjba

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So, I've bought one of these 27" beasts (Crossover QHD) and currently I am trying to get the monitor running with a Thinkpad x220 (i7) seated in a docking station (according to its specs, it can drive two display ports up to 2560x1600).I connected the monitor by using a Display-Port DVI Dual cable. I read the instructions by Linus Torvalds (yes, personally written by him!) and followed the steps below but to no avail. Here are the commands I've tried; for finding out the exact modeline: gtf 2560 1440 60 xrandr --newmode "2560x1440_666.00" 311.83 2560 2744 3024 3488 1440 1441 1444 1490 -HSync +Vsyncxrandr --addmode HDMI1 "2560x1440_666.00"xrandr --output HDMI1 --mode "2560x1440_666.00" The monitor is turning on and it appears to be the right solution but the rendered image looks totally pixelated as you can see here: http://pbrd.co/18xd0lN What's wrong here? Do I have to tweak my Video cards driver? Seems like the refresh rate is totally out of sync?! I tried the same machine with windows8 but to no avail, either! Thanks for any hints!













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A:Thinkpad x220 and 27" external monitor with 2560x1440 resolution

I think I found the root of the problem and it might be the cable. After doing some research I saw that there are active DP->HDMI cables like this one: http://www.amazon.com/Accell-UltraAV-B087B-002B-DisplayPort-Dual-Link/dp/B002ISVI3U/ref=sr_1_4?s=ele... Does anyone has experience with these adapters?

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my monitor supports 3440x1440 but no matter what I do the Y730 only outputs a max of 2560x1440.  I am connecting with hdmi.   also I have updated bios and all the drivers. any ideas?

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As in my subject, can the Yoga 720 (15-inch) be hooked up to a 2560x1440 @ 144Hz External Monitor? I understand that I have to get a usb-c to DisplayPort adaptor to get it to work. However, I am not sure of the DisplayPort specifications in this Thunderport 3 port of Yoga 720 as for a laptop to run 144Hz on an external monitor, it has to be at least DisplayPort 1.2.

A:Yoga 720 - 15IKB: Can it be hooked up to a 2560x1440 @ 144Hz External Monitor?

I'm not an expert with monitors, but I'd check the monitor's specs to see what kind of inputs it'll work with. I would imagine the monitor will upscale or adapt to the input signal. It'd be silly to make a monitor that wouldn't work with anything the installed base of computers can throw at it.

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I have a T570 running Windows 10 64bit. (English) and aquired a nice Thinkvision X24 Pro monitor. It's just that when the USB-C cable is connected (tried multiple cables) to the right USB-C port (or the left) the only thing that happens is that on the PC in devicemngr a root hub USB 3.0 is appearing - but nothing else.  There is no monitor being detected.  I've tried the monitor with display port on my old T450, and it works fine.  The onscreen display is being set to USB-C , doesn't matter if still set to DP port.  Tried installing the monitor drivers, updated Intel / thunderbolt software and installed latest bios from Update site.  Alas, to no resolve   Any ideas greatly appreciated.. 

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I have a T570 running Windows 10 64bit. (English) and aquired a nice Thinkvision X24 Pro monitor. It's just that when the USB-C cable is connected (tried multiple cables) to the right USB-C port (or the left) the only thing that happens is that on the PC in devicemngr a root hub USB 3.0 is appearing - but nothing else.  There is no monitor being detected.  I've tried the monitor with display port on my old T450, and it works fine.  The onscreen display is being set to USB-C , doesn't matter if still set to DP port.  Tried installing the monitor drivers, updated Intel / thunderbolt software and installed latest bios from Update site.  Alas, to no resolve   Any ideas greatly appreciated.. 

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I'm posting this more as an observation of things I discovered than as a question, but would welcome feedback from others experiencing a similar problem.
At the Black Friday sales I bought a very nice 32" Asus VA32A 2560x1440 WQHD monitor to use with my Dell Precision M4500 i7 laptop. I was replacing a smaller very old Dell monitor that had a considerably lower maximum resolution.
Almost immediately I started experiencing events daily where the screen would turn a nice shade of mauve in pixelated pattern and freeze, requiring a hard reboot. This had happened on very rare occasions before, but not often enough to investigate. Now it was a constant problem and everything I read online told me it was an overheating issue and not to ignore it as it could destroy the computer.
First recommendation was to clean the dust out of the fan area. Being an old computer there was a lot. I took out the fan/heat sinks cleaned the input and output screens as well as the fan itself meticulously and put it all back together. No benefit; still overheating.
I figured maybe I had accidentally removed come of the thermal grease so took it apart again and replaced the grease where it was previously. Same result - still overheating.
I then bought a cooling fan for under the laptop and made sure that the laptop's own monitor was turned off when the case was closed (I use an external wireless keyboard for this setup... Read more

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HI, I have a Lenovo ThinkPad T570 hooked up with the Lenovo LS2251 Wide monitor via HDMI to DVI adapter. The computer recognizes the monitor but the screen is blank (monitor also recognizes a digital signal but switch back to VGA input). The connection works properly with other Lenovo 19 inch monitors (ie tested on L197 Wide) and with my 42 inc LCD TV, but when trying to get the display on my LS2251 Wide it doesnt work. I also tryed to connect it to another Lenovo 22 inch monitor (ie LT2252p) which doesnt work as well. The only difference is that this time the monitor isn't eaven recognized by the T570. Both monitors worked well when they were connected to my older Lenovo Thinkpad via same HDMI to DVI adapter. All drivers are up-to date as well. Please help. 

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Hi,I recently bought a ThinkPad T570. However if I connect it to a second external screen with HDMI to HDMI I experienced a serious flickering.The screen goes black for 3-4 seconds and then ON for 15-20 seconds and so on. What I experienced is that if I start a game the problem is solved. I believe that is related to the fact that the Intel HD640 is beging deactived and the GeForce start to work. Magically, when I return to Windows the flickering restart. I also use the laptop in the office with the docking station but I did not experienced this issue, even if when I use Windows. I already tried to unistall and reinstall the latest driver, change the HDMI cable, tried the monitor with another laptop (the monitor is working perfectly) but nothing has changed.I am very disappointed because I can't use my second screen to work. Any solutions?Thanks in advance.

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Hi, I have a T570 and also thinkpad's Thunderbolt 3 Dock. Intel graphic 620 is shown in my device manager. When i connect a 4K monitor to native HDMI port on my Laptop, it works with 4K resolution.. But when same monitor i connect to my dock DP 1 or DP2 or HDMI, it works on 1980 * 1080 p resolution. I have installed latest graphics driver, updated bios of BIOS and firmware of dock. Not sure why even ONE monitor cannot be supported at 4K Any help will be appreciated.

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Hi, I bought a T570 in 2017 and thought it can at least support [email protected] with the thunderbolt 3 port. However, I find that it may not be true. I got a thunderbolt 3-to-display-port cabel recently and connected it to my dell p2415q 4k display through the thunderbolt 3 port on the left side of my T570. When I tried to change the resolution setting in intel graphics option, I find that it only has 30hz option for 3840x2160 resolution. NO 60hz!!! I tried to update my intel driver to the latest. NOT WORKING. 30hz is the only option. I highly doubt the T570 specificaition is wrong. It doesn't support even single [email protected] So diasspointed with this product.

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I have a Lenovo T570 (Type 20JW, 20JX) Laptop (ThinkPad) and ThinkPad Basic Dock (40A00000WW).   I have a monitor plugged into the VGA connection on the docking station.  I have another monitor connected to my laptop with HDMI.  When the laptop is docked, the display will show on the laptop and the monitor connected to the dock.  The monitor connected via HDMI goes black.  When the laptop is off the dock, the HDMI monitor works.  Is there a way to get both monitors to work without having to buy a different docking station?  I know the ideal situation would be to get a different dock with 2 connections on it, but I was hoping not to have to pay for another dock.

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Hi, I can't seem to get anything higher than 1920x1080 in the list of available resolution options when I connect my Dell U2713HM monitor to my Dell Inspiron 15 laptop. I've run this monitor at 2560x1440 on another laptop over HDMI in the past but that was with Windows 8. The Intel HD Graphics 530 Control Panel doesn't offer any resolutions above 1920x1080 for the external monitor and adding custom resolutions results in the error "the custom resolution exceeds the maximum bandwidth capacity". I'm using the same high speed HDMI cable that worked at 2560x1440 with this monitor on my previous laptop. I'm fully up to date on all of the drivers for the laptop.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm not sure what else to try. Could this be a Windows 10 issue? Should I try the standard Intel HD Graphics 530 drivers from the Intel website?

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Ok,i have a problem..i use 2 monitor on my laptop,one from the laptop itself and one is regular lcd monitor,i set my another monitor (not the laptop monitor) to a main monitor,and if i connect the sec monitor to my laptop it sayd out of range,and my laptop monitor is not turned up cuz i just select "only display on monitor 2"on didplay setting,so i just stuck with double blank monitor when i connect the sec monitor,plz help me out from this shitty things

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I have a W540 and I had my 27" QNIX QX2710LED working, at 2560x1440. I used the thunderbold port, through a TB/DVI-D dual link cable. I had to take the monitor off for a couple of months, and I used other monitors. Now I am getting the QNIX back into the system, and for the life of me, I can't get 2560 out of it! Intel HD graphics control panel tells me it can do 2560, in the monitor info section, but anywhere I look I can only enable 1920 (full HD). When trying to create a custom resolution, it doesn't let me, telling me that it would exceed the maximum supported bandwidth. Any ideas would be very helpful, as I am going nuts over this bloody stupid thing! I really can't understand why it would not work!

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Just bought a touch screen envy and hooke up a dule monitor to it (Pavilion 23bw). Everything worked fine last night, when i booted it up this morning only the Pavilion is working , the touch screen only displays "out of range [email protected]"   Why is the lower end pavilion still working?  Where do i go from here?

A:HP ENVY OUT OF RANGE [email protected]

 Hi there @TrblshotDAd,  Welcome to the HP Support Community where you can ask questions, find solutions and get help from others in the community! I read your post on the HP Support Forums and wanted to reach out to you.  I understand that you had connected and external monitor to your HP Envy Notebook PC, and although it did work at one point for you, it is not working anymore.  To help you properly, could you please provide me with your Model Number (How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number?) and Which Windows Operating Systems you are running. In the meantime, there is a document that you can read over called Connecting a Monitor, Projector, or TV.  I would be more than happy to continue to help you if you just re-post with the information required and a little more details about the issue you are experiencing.  Have a great day! Thanks! 

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Hi!

I am planning on purchasing this baby right here.
Beautiful isn't it?

Can't wait to select turn v-sync off on all games and enjoy that smooth smooth screen. BUT, i'm in a dilemma!

I can't decide between 1080p and 1440p. People say 1440p looks better, but is it really worth the sacrifice in FPS? It's a little bit of less aliasing from what i can see, and it costs nearly 20 fps. And from what i can remember, i can downsample 1440p into 1080p to have it look kind of like that, but i'm not sure how the quality differs.

Any opinions that might help me make a decision?

Thanks in advance
Alex.

A:1920x1080 vs 2560x1440 vs Downsampling

I should have gone 1440 when I bought my last monitor. I didn't and regret it now. A 780Ti will eat through 1440p easily, go for it.

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I have a Thinkpad 540W. Its docked to a thinkpad ultra dock 135W.If I have to monitors connected via display port to my ultra dock, can the ultra dock handle 2560x1440 resolution on both screens? cheers

A:2560x1440 resolution - ultra dock

I have the same problem, did you already get a solution? Just trying to find a solution like a crazy all day long

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I have a 20BS X1 Carbon i7 with the internal 2560x1440 display and the OneLink Pro dock. I also have two external Dell 2560x1440 monitors; these monitors have three ports: Display Port, HDMI and VGA. I'm trying to figure out how to get everything connected so I can run all three displays at 2560x1440. I cannot use the DVI port on the OneLink Pro dock because the maximum resolution on the dock's DVI port is 1920x1200: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/pd029981 At first, I ran one external monitor to the DisplayPort port on the dock and the other monitor to the HDMI port on the laptop. The monitor connected to the dock worked at 2560x1440, but the montior on the HDMI port did not work at all. If I disconnect the dock from the laptop, then the montior connected to the laptop via HDMI turns on immediately work runs at 2560x1440, when I reconnect the dock, it turns off. Next, I took the monitor that was connected to the HDMI port, and plugged it into the mini-DP port on the laptop. In this mode, the monitor connected to the dock runs at 2560x1440 and the monitor connected to the laptop's mini-DP port runs at 1920x1080. Question: If I connect one monitor to the laptop's HDMI port and another to the laptop's mini-DP port, will I be able to run both of them at 2560x1440 along with the laptop's built in screen? I'd like to know before I buy another adapter. 

A:X1 Carbon 3rd gen with two external 2560x1440 moni...

After more experimentation, I've determined that any combination of plugging the two monitors into any combination of the OneLInk Pro DP port, and the laptop's HDMI and miniDP ports, I always end up with either one monitor not working or running at 1920x1080.  I cannot find a solution to get both monitors running at 2560x1440. Does anyone have any other idea\s? I'm running Windows 8.1 with all the latest updates and the latest Intel graphics driver.

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Just got a Benq SW2700PT 27" w/ 2560x1440 resolution. However, I cannot get the resolution to go higher than 1920x1080.   -Intel Graphics HD 4600-DVI dual-link connector-Drivers updated Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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I'm using win 8.1 with a 2560 x1440 resolution, but I can't seem to get split screen to work. I've tried a few tutorials online, but without success.

I can easily split the screen by left mouse clicking the top of the screen and dragging down. The first window works normally with task bar showing on the bottom, but I can't figure out how to get anything else in the 2nd window that is created. One online tutorial mentioned something about executing a mouse-over on the left or upper left corner, but that doesn't bring anything up. I can get the search/share/start/devices/settings task bar to appear by mouse-overing the upper right hand corner, but this doesn't lead to filling the second window.

I feel I must be missing something obvious. Advice appreciated. Thanks!

A:Help w/Windows 8.1 split screen @2560x1440

try asking here Windows 8 Forums

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Hello All - This seems like such a simple question, but there is a ton of disinformation online, which has been recently exaggerated by the displayport standard & cables that support 4K I want to make sure my laptop can support the new 2K displays before I spend the money on them. I have an X1 Carbon, and the mini displayport is marked as DP++, which means it supports dual-link displays, which means it supports up to 2560x1440. Which happens to be the resolution of the new 2K monitors I would like to buy. Two Questions: 1) What cable do I need to go from my mini DP++ to the monitor's "dual-link DVI-D" connection? I've done a ton of searching, and this type of cable doesn't seem to exist.  There is so much information online about people paying $100 or more for active cables, but that's not supposed to be necessary if your laptop supports DP++. 2) I currently run 3x1080p displays just fine with my X1 by using the premium usb 3 dock (1x using the displayport, and 2x on the dock's DVI connections.  You think it can run 2x2K (2560x1440) displays?  Aggregate pixels for my current setup is little over 6M and the 2x2K displays would be a little over 7M. So it doesn't seem like all that large of a jump. Thanks All, 

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Hello,

I am thinking of buying a Tecra R850-1D8 to connect it to a Samsung LS27A850DS monitor (2560x1440 px). Both the laptop and the monitor have a DisplayPort, and if I am not mistaken, the Tecra R850 uses the QM67 Express chipset which should support resolutions up to 2560x1600.

HOwever, the Tecra R850 specifications specify a maximum resolution of 2048 x 1536 for the external monitor, which puzzles me. Can anyone tell me if the R850 supports an external 2560x1440 display via DisplayPort?

Thanks already!

A:DisplayPort at 2560x1440? (Tecra R850)

Hello

You can download user?s manuals and open page 111 to find info about DisplayPort but unfortunately there is no table with supported resolutions.

It is listed for HDMI only.
Try to talk with your local leader. Maybe they have one in show room and you can test it.

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I'm using win 8.1 with a 2560 x1440 resolution, but I can't seem to get split screen to work. I've tried a few tutorials online, but without success.

I can easily split the screen by left mouse clicking the top of the screen and dragging down. The first window works normally with task bar showing on the bottom, but I can't figure out how to get anything else in the 2nd window that is created. One online tutorial mentioned something about executing a mouse-over on the left or upper left corner, but that doesn't bring anything up. I can get the search/share/start/devices/settings task bar to appear by mouse-overing the upper right hand corner, but this doesn't lead to filling the second window.

I feel I must be missing something obvious. Advice appreciated. Thanks!

A:Help w/Windows 8.1 split screen @2560x1440

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I'm using win 8.1 with a 2560 x1440 resolution, but I can't seem to get split screen to work. I've tried a few tutorials online, but without success.

I can easily split the screen by left mouse clicking the top of the screen and dragging down. The first window works normally with task bar showing on the bottom, but I can't figure out how to get anything else in the 2nd window that is created. One online tutorial mentioned something about executing a mouse-over on the left or upper left corner, but that doesn't bring anything up. I can get the search/share/start/devices/settings task bar to appear by mouse-overing the upper right hand corner, but this doesn't lead to filling the second window.

I feel I must be missing something obvious. Advice appreciated. Thanks!



Thanks to everyone for all the help.

Here's what I was able to determine. I could get two windows to share the screen by windows key + arrow left and then doing windows key + arrow right on the other window, but that wouldn't actually mean two apps in two separate windows. (Same can be done but just dragging one window to left of screen then dragging another window to the right in the same manner)

However, my aim was to truly split the screen as can be indicated by the dark vertical bar with dots in it's center. For example, if you left click, drag down from the top of the desktop (no windows at all) you will create a split ... Read more

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 The name of my notebook is HP Pavilion 12-n231TU .I want to use an external Monitor with my laptop .Is it Pssible?How do I do it ? #Reason- Its only 14.5 inch display and can not thrill me enough when playing gamees with this little monitor .. Waiting for reply

A:Can I connect a monitor and use that monitor as my laptop's ...

Hi, Yes, you can. The following link shows specs of your machine:     http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c04168240 It has 1 HDMI port, this is very handy. There are many monitors around which have HDMI port. 21" to 24" monitors are very popupar. Just go out and buy one (please check to see HDMI cable is included otherwise you have to buy a cable). Now, you can connect your laptop to the monitor, then power them up. Normally they will connect automatically, otherwsie hit F4. Regards.

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Hi, please may someone advise if the Toshiba Tecra r950x1cl has been able to output 2560x1440 resolution on an external monitor (specifically the Dell U2515H) via HDMI. I've read from the web that the Intel HD Graphics 4000 card can support that res via HDMI with custom refresh rate at 50-55Hz and Timing Standard change to CVT-RB.

Thanks

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Hi Everyone:

So I want to set my Yoga 2 Pro QHD+ (3200x1800) screen to 2560x1440 and am having some issues. windows will let me use for 16:9 3200x1800, 2048x1152, and 1080p. Trying to set a custom resolution in intel control panel gives me an exceeded bandwidth message with the HD 4400. I am using drivers 15.36.19.4170 and I have researched the issue but they always seem to point to using the hdmi out for a dual-link dvi display. One person on superuser had a similar question but I don't think it had a solution that worked I could follow. Can't create custom resolution using intel custom mode app in windows 8.1 - Super User

So does anyone know of a regedit to make this work or if my display can not support this resolution since the way the pixels are laid out or something. I think 3200 is to much for this gpu to handle well but love the real estate, and 2560x1440 is I think the sweet spot for 13 inch displays atm. My desktop res is also this resolution so I feel right at home.

Thanks again
Malcolm

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Is the Helix 36986CG able to drive 2560x1440 pixel dimensions? Is there some special cable needed? I'm using a mini displayport to hdmi adapter, but maybe I should just use a mini displayport to displayport adapter? I've got a fujitsu P27T-6 IPS / VL-270VSWL monitor

A:Thinkpad Helix 36986CG 2560x1440 DisplayPort

Ok, so I probably just need one of these:  https://www.dustinhome.no/product/5010811445/mini-display-port-to-display-port?ssel=true&LGWCODE=501...

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I know my laptop screen is able to display 2650x1440 because it can do it when I mirror an external monitor with that resolution but I'm not able to get 2560x1440 without mirroring. Is there anyway to overcome this so I can get 2650x1440 on my laptop screen? It's a touch screen but I don't really care about that. Wondering if there's a way to get 2560x1440 as an option for my laptop screen on my display settings.

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Is the Helix 36986CG able to drive 2560x1440 pixel dimensions? Is there some special cable needed? I'm using a mini displayport to hdmi adapter, but maybe I should just use a mini displayport to displayport adapter? I've got a fujitsu P27T-6 IPS / VL-270VSWL monitor

A:Thinkpad Helix 36986CG 2560x1440 DisplayPort

Ok, so I probably just need one of these:  https://www.dustinhome.no/product/5010811445/mini-display-port-to-display-port?ssel=true&LGWCODE=501...

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Hello everyone,

I have a fresh windows 7 Professional x64 installation and using a screen capable of 2560x1440.
Everything was so tiny so I changed dpi to 120 (125% in windows settings).
And while eveything else looks great, the system tray icons look awful (except the windows icons)
Here is a screenshot:


As you can see the action center, wireless, volume icons look very good but all the other icons are distorted.
It doesn't seem like an application specific issue because foobar2000's icon in the taskbar look very sharp and is larger than the one in the system tray which is distorted.

I searched for a long time but did not find anything that helps. If I switch to 96 dpi (100%) everything looks fine..

Any ideas?

A:fuzzy system tray icons on 2560x1440 120 dpi

Unfortunately, this is normal. Even I get the same thing when I do it.

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Hello, I have HP Pavilion dv6-6155ec with intel HD graphics 4000 and amd hd6770m. There is an error while trying to set external display resolution to 2560x1440. Is it possible? I didn't find this information in the manual. This notebook does not have Display Port, only HDMI and VGA. hd6770m should support 2560x1600

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Hello, have been using HP stuff for 20 years now and the only thing they are missing is something like Yoga X1. And I am ready to switch. However, since I don't have good knoweledge about Lenovo product (before HP, I was using IBM Thinkpads), I may have question or two related to this Yoga X1 Gen3. First one is about resolution. Options are 2560x1440 and 1920x1080. This Yoga will be connected to docking station and two monitors (and I will put another questions related to this) and I would like to get option from real users of 2560x1440 whether is good to jump to this resolution. I am using now 1920x1080 notebook from HP (workstation 5 years old).  Please advice. Thank you, ImaDam

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Hi! I've just purchased a P50 ThinkPad, docking station and a Eizo ColorEdge 27'' display (2560x1440 resolution) connected through DisplayPort. I'm having trouble using the dock properly as the screen is not reckognized at powerup. I have to open the laptop display, and use the Windows display setup to force the computer to use the Eizo display. Of course this works OK, but it is annoying and shouldn't be like this. I just want to put the closed lapto in the dock, turn it on and use the Eizo as primary screen. Anyone has a solution to this? 

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I have a new T560 (20FH002JUS) laptop which I am trying to use with a Ultra Dock and Dual 27" Dell Monitors both using Displayport connections. When I have the unit docked I cannot set both monitors to 2560x1440 resolution. One monitor will only max out at 1920x1080 while the other is able to scale all the way to 3840x2160. No matter what cominbation I use, the first will not go past 1920x1080. I've updated all drivers to most current, tried the windows and intel display tools with no luck. I have an older T460 laptop as well which I can dock to the exact same setup and it has no issue doing dual 2560x1440 so I know the dock and monitors are functioning properly.  Help

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Hi

I use a laptop TECRA R940-1HP
I want to buy professional monitor Phillip 272P4QPJKEB/00 with a resolution of 2560 x 1440.
Please write to me.

Can my laptop support such a resolution?

A:Does Tecra R940-1H support external resolution 2560x1440

The external resolution support depends on the graphic card which is built in the notebook.

As far as I know the Tecra R940-1HP supports the Intel HD Graphics 4000 chip.

From my knowledge this Intel HD 4000 chip supports max resolution of 2560x1600/32bit via Display Port.

I guess more details about Intel?s own graphic chip you will find on Intel page.

Greets

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Hi 1) The T480S is only available in UK with 1920x1440 resolution.  I'm sure it used to be available with 2560x1440, and it certainly is on the German website.  Any ideas what's behind this? 2) What is the purpose of the 65W power adaptor option over the 45W?  Does the 65 watt charge faster?  If so, is it the recommended option or are there any disadvantages e.g. effect on battery longevity. Many thanks in advance  G.

A:2 questions on T480S : 2560x1440 resolution + 45 vs 65 watt power supply

...sorry, I meant 1920x1080.

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I have an M700 Tiny with i5, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and Intel HD Graphics 530 with 3 displayport outputs. I currently run dual 28" monitors, both at 2560x1440, and it works great. I would like to replace one of the 28" monitors with a 40" 4k TV running at 2560x1440. The primary use will be displaying aerial photos and maps -- video is a low priority use. I don't think anyone makes a 4k TV with displayport input, so I would need to go from displayport out on the M700 to HDMI in on the 4k TV. Is anyone else doing this with a displayport-to-hdmi adapter (Lenovo brand or other) and getting 2560x1440, not 1920x1080? Thank you!

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Hi, Can somebody please confim if the ThinkPad Workstation Dock 230W will power 2 x 2560x1440 monitors @ 60Hz? When I look at this link ThinkPad Workstation Dock 230W it onlyy talks about 3840x2160 and 1920x1200. I suspect if it is purely passing through 1 x 1.2 DisplayPort that it will indeed work but I see nothing to confirm this anywhere. Thank you in advance! Jonathan.

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Hi, I am currently using the ThinkPad Mini Dock Plus Series 3 - 170W with 2 x 1920x1080 displays @ 60Hz a display. I am doing so by connecting one of the monitors to the DVI-D output on the docking station and 1 to a USB to HDMI converter (I was having issues with the VGA for some reason). I also use the laptop display as a third screen in the setup. What I am looking to do is purchase 3 x 2560x1440 displays and have the docking station power all 3 of these @ 60Hz. I understand that I can only use 2 display ports to do this so I intent to add a USB32DPPRO to achieve this, however my question is will they all run @ 60Hz. I have found this link which confirms I can run 2 displays at the resolution I'm after, but it does not mention anything about the refresh rate. https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/gb/en/solutions/migr-76767.  I'm just a little confisued as when you start looking at refresh rates on 4K for example, it says you can only run 1 screen @ 60Hz and if you add another screen the refresh rate drops to 30Hz for both. This is when used with the ThinkPad Workstation Dock 230W. More information here https://support.lenovo.com/gb/en/solutions/acc100247. If anybody could help demistify this that would be great! I am using a NVIDIA Quardo K1000M as my GPU and the Inter(R) HD Graphics 4000 for the onbaord graphics. It's probably worth nothing that if I can get all 3 monitors to run @ 60Hz and 2560x1440 I would not need to use the laptop screen... Read more

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